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  1. Bacage says:
    " Badge " is a song performed by British rock music group Cream. It was written by Eric Clapton and George Harrison, and was included as a track on Cream's final album, Goodbye. Also issued as a single in March , "Badge" peaked at number 18 in the United Kingdom and number 60 on the US Billboard Hot chart.
  2. Tauk says:
    Feb 17,  · Eric Clapton - Rainbow Concert - Full Concert - 25 Anniversary Early Show With "Blackie" - Soundboard - 01 - Introduction () 02 - Layla () 03 - Badge () 04 - .
  3. Mosar says:
    Before his career as a solo artist, Clapton became famous as a guitarist in several bands, including The Yardbirds (–65), John Mayall & the Bluesbreakers (–), Cream (–), Blind Faith (–) and Derek and the Dominos (–). Clapton released his debut solo album in Eric Clapton, which charted at number 17 in the US charts and at number 14 in the.
  4. Tojara says:
    Eric Clapton's Rainbow Concert, an Album by Eric Clapton. Released 10 September on RSO (catalog no. SO ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Blues Rock.
  5. Kazrale says:
    Rainbow Concert is a recording of monolithic melancholy. One might suppose that hard rock and despair are antithetical but Clapton, aided by Townshend, Winwood and Wood, as well as an able.
  6. Mugor says:
    Eric Clapton's Rainbow Concert NEVER RELEASED - A True One-of-a-Kind Collectible! This is an original Audio Fidelity SACD Reference Disc for Catalog #AFZ which was never released on CD. The SACD DSD Stereo Reference DISC is placed in a white board case.
  7. Kazshura says:
    Clapton introduces “Pearly Queen,” the second track on Eric Clapton’s Rainbow Concert to feature a Steve Winwood lead vocal. The performance is a bit loose-limbed, but holds fairly close to the original version as featured on Traffic’s second, self-titled album from
  8. Dajar says:
    The mids saw Eric Clapton return to the world stage as a solo act after a period of self-imposed isolation. In early , he was still in seclusion at his home and addicted to heroin. In an attempt to get Eric off heroin and back in the public eye, Lord Harlech (the father of Eric’s girlfriend) enlisted Eric’s good friend, Pete Townshend of The Who, to help organize two.

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